Relationship between the mosque and market in Amir al-Momenin’s Government
Hujjat al-Islam Mostafapour explained:
The retired professor of Kharazmin University said, “In Imam Ali’s rule, markets were established close to mosques, with former standing either by or inside bazaars; as, mosques educate people on religious rules, especially jurisprudential ones, and accordingly, businessmen could become acquainted with both the religiously allowed and disallowed issues.
The Business of Disease More Dangerous than Medicine Trade
Islamic Lifestyle: a Civilizational Achievement (Part 2)
Presently, the decoration of our buildings and houses is Western, and as the enemy is hostile, we should strike some balances in this regard and practice moderation.
Lifestyle Is a Civilizational Achievement
Islamic Lifestyle: a Civilizational Achievement (Part 1)
Nilchizadeh, saying that the Islamic lifestyle is a civilizational achievement, stated,  “The attention to this category is significant; Accordingly, the supreme leader, stressing this issue, said, “In 20-year Prospect Document, we are supposed to recreate the Islamic civilization as the central point in the world so that it will be referred and based as a source.”
Conclusion and Suggestions on
Introduction of the paper “A Mathematical Approach to the Exit Strategy in the Model of Islamic Venture Capital” (Part 2)
The idea of the venture capital financing introduced through the Islamic capitalization was originated from some contracts such as partnership and bailment of capital. In partnership contracts, the financer and entrepreneur both have a share of the profit of the economic project.
The Model of Islamic Venture Capital
Introduction of the paper “A Mathematical Approach to the Exit Strategy in the Model of Islamic Venture Capital” (Part 1)
This paper, employing library method and a mathematical approach model, attempts to both elaborate on the Islamic venture model of capitalization and the strategy letting the financer exit that model through the reductive partnership contract.
The Existential Discourse Completes Its Traditional Counterpart
Mehdi Abbaszadeh:
Mehdi Abbaszadeh, the member of Epistemology Faculty of the Islamic Research Institute for Culture and Thought, saying that although a big part of the new science of discourse deals with the religious anthropology, the existential discourse is still needed, explained, “The theological view on the man is different from the religious approach to him, though there are some considerable items shared by them both”.
Characteristics of divorce, its causes and the approaches of different societies to divorce
A review of the Book “Divorce”, authored by Dr. Baqir Sarookhani (Part 2):
According to the author of the book, a deeper cause of divorce is the crisis of values.
Islamic Moderation: the most reasonable way for prevention from divorce
A review of the Book “Divorce”, authored by Dr. Baqir Sarookhani (Part 1):
Dr. Baqir Sarookhani, a veteran of Iranian sociology, has carried out several in-depth and comprehensive studies on social damages like divorce. The book “Divorce”, published in Iran, is a thoroughgoing work in this area, and it scientifically reviews the social damage of divorce.
What Are the Characteristic Features of the Islamic Market?
On the Theory of the Islamic Market and Finance (Part 3)
The Islamic bazaar is said to have some different features, including conformity to the religion, being commensurate with human codes of ethics, honesty, guidance, policy-making and supervised by the government; Although honesty is covered by ethics, it is regarded as a separate category due to its importance.